There is still time left to sign up for the summer cross country program being held at JP Case Middle School. There … read more
The Flemington-Raritan Parks and Recreation Committee will be sponsoring Fireworks on Monday, July 3rd 2017. A DJ will provide music beginning at … read more
There is still time left to sign up for the summer cross country program being held at JP Case Middle School. There is room available in each week.
Week I August 21 through August 24
Week II August 28 through August 31
Please click the attached link for more information and registration directions!
Looking forward to a fun run in the sun:)
The Flemington-Raritan Parks and Recreation Committee will be sponsoring Fireworks on Monday, July 3rd 2017. A DJ will provide music beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the upper parking Lot of RFIS on Court Street. The fireworks will begin at 9 p.m. Incase of rain the fireworks will be moved to Wednesday, July 5th, 2017.
All cooking classes are filled except for the July 3rd – July 7th week (Grades 5 through 8).
We are offering a new class this year. It is called Cooking with a Special Touch.
This program is designed for exceptional students (in the accompaniment of an aide or parent) to
teach kids that learning how to cook can be a fun and useful experience. Our cooking program will focus on how to prepare a variety of quick-fix dishes and desserts. The children will be able to use kitchen appliances and a variety of utensils. They will be taught how to read and understand cooking terminology (measuring, cutting, blending, and serving). Each child will have the opportunity to eat and enjoy what they have cooked. (Cookbook and apron are included!)
The class is going to be held at JP Case from July 17 – July 21 from 1:30-3:30 with Mr. Schuddeboom. Hope you can join us!!
Just maybe your child needs a MENTOR?
Most of the time your child understands their school work ,but needs an explanation and encouragement in completing the necessary steps in order to be successful.
Some students don’t understand the importance of using their planner for their daily assignments or future projects and tests.
Some students must be informed of what is in their control and what exactly is their responsibility in making good choices.
No child sets out to fail , they just don’t know how to be successful.
While working through the student’s academics a mentor will:
● be supportive in encouraging the student to overcome obstacles
● listen first and speak to the concerns of the student
● push….just enough to raise the bar
If a student wants school to be easier, they need to get better at it.
Interested please email Mr. Sal Randazzese @ email@example.com
The Senior Luncheon has been rescheduled for June 10, 2017. We hope everyone can clear their calendars and join us.